Steampunk/ Time Travel/ Adventure
Released Date: Feb 6, 2012
Length: Novel (59,000 words)
Editor: Alissa Davis
Cover Art: Croco Designs
Availabe Formats: Ebook (All Platforms), Audiobook (Audible)
Fans of science fiction, steampunk and time travel will delight in this wonderful gem. I know I am anxiously awaiting the next installment in the series.
Thirteen Days Later Reviews
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Prehistoric Clock is a wonderful novel in the spirit of pulp adventures by H. Rider Haggard and Edgar Rice Burroughs and is the first book of a series. If you love page-turning thrills with a dash of romance, here's a book for you.
Ted Mahsun (Five Star Review)
EPIC Award Finalist 2013 - Best Science Fiction
The Steam Clock Legacy
Airship officer Verity Champlain is well-respected by her crew. But after a vital mission nearly goes wrong, she is having second thoughts about her career.
Lord Garrett Embrey is on the run. The Leviacrum Council, the secretive scientific body that holds sway over the Empire, executed his father and uncle and now they want him dead too.
Professor Cecil Reardon is consumed by grief. Since his wife and son died he's been obsessed with his work, and now he is on the verge of an extraordinary scientific breakthrough: his machine is about to breach time itself, to undo fate's cruel taking of his loved ones.
But the time jump doesn't go according to plan, and part of London winds up millions of years in the past. Verity and her crew—Lord Embrey, Professor Reardon and others stranded with them—must pull together to survive in a world ruled by dinosaurs...and to somehow get home.
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